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Caree Brown L.C.S.W. Psychotherapy

Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy


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Strategies to Cope with Family Stress

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Nobody gets to choose the family they are born into. Life brings about many unexpected events, situations, and circumstances that bring out both the best and the worst in everyone. Dealing with certain family members day in and day out can be exhausting, but it doesn’t have to feel hopeless. Stress is a natural part … Read more

Top Benefits of Family Therapy

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Every family has its own set of challenges and obstacles that they must overcome together. One of the best ways to work through any issue as a team is to engage in family therapy, which offers a safe and judgment-free space for everyone to express themselves freely. By trying out family or couples therapy, you … Read more

How Finances Impact Divorce for Couples

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Making your marriage last can be a rewarding experience that lasts a lifetime. The key to success is different for everyone. However, one aspect of your marriage that needs to work for both you and your spouse is your finances. Money is a touchy subject but it’s an important part of your marital relationship. Below … Read more

5 Long-Term Benefits of Therapy

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Whether or not you have gone to therapy before, you are likely faced with many conflicting thoughts about the matter. Some people have been seeing a therapist regularly for many years, and talking to an expert has helped them form management skills and coping techniques for unhelpful behaviors or thoughts. Others feel that they don’t … Read more

Experiencing Depression After COVID? You Are Not Alone

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Life can be overwhelming due to the natural issues that come up in your day-to-day life. This can end up exacerbated by outside factors, such as the global pandemic that began in early 2020. In fact, there was a 25% increase in anxiety and depression during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Are you … Read more